REDDING, Conn. Fans of New England clambakes can join the Redding Neighbors and Newcomers Club on Saturday, July 14, for a delicious meal and live music from a local band.
The clambake will take place at 7 p.m. at the home of Leon and Karen Weaver, 118 Mountain Road, Redding. Club members pay $60, non-members $75.
You can choose between lobster, chicken and a vegetarian meal with mussels, corn on the cob and potato pie. Beer and wine and a special summer cocktail will be served.
Music will be provided by Yippee Coyote, a Redding band that plays rock and roots.
The Redding Neighbors and Newcomers Club numbers 90 families as members and welcomes both new and current residents.
Its a wonderful way to meet people and learn about all the area has to offer, said Katherine Fenimore, the clubs co-president. Lifelong friendships have been made and many feel their involvement has been life-changing.
The club was founded in 1974 and offers a number of activities held by member groups, including book and cooking clubs and a critics club for movies. There are also childrens activities, including art events and guided trail walks.
Membership is $45 a year.
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